Commemorative Labels

We need more Commemorative labels please.

Honour your grandfather, uncle, father, brother, mother, sister, aunt - anyone who has died in a war or confilct, or who died because of it. You do not have to know the person(s) you are honouring.

You can sew the name onto fabric. If you use fabric, please let us have it with no raw edges.

Or you can write the name on fabric or ribbon using waterproof ink.

The commemorative labels will be sewn onto fabric and displayed with the poppies.

Here are some labels we have received so far:

For Mickey Scammells, William Weeks Stagg and Edward GandyFor Mickey Scammells, William Weeks Stagg and Edward Gandy
For Albert Harry BastianiLabel for Albert Henry Bastiani
For Arthur Vale 1891-1917Label for Arthur Vale
Label for Pte Edward DipperFor Pte Edward Dipper
Label for Capt Clarence Smith Jeffries, VCFor Capt Clarence Smith Jeffries, VC
Label for Pte George Edwin EllisonFor Pte George Edwin Ellison.
When the guns fell silent at 11 AM on 11 November 1918), Private George Edwin Ellison’s name would forever be engraved in history as the last British soldier to die during WWI. Ellison had served in the Western Front for four years; he was killed at exactly 9:30 AM, four-and-a-half hours from when the armistice was signed. He was also one of the 11,000 individuals killed on the war’s last day.
Label for Lt Sidney Charles LloydFor Lt Sidney Charles Lloyd